15 Reasons Why I Hate Summer

If you ever need to look for a real-life Elsa, you need look no further. I am the human equivalent in that I love the cold. Like seriously, love it. So naturally, I have a bit of a freak-out every time summer comes around and aside from all of the BBQ’s, there’s not a single thing I like about it. Here is my list of 15 reasons why I hate summer which you can read whilst I hibernate until October.

15 Reasons Why I Hate Summer

  1. Hayfever: I tell you, there’s absolutely nothing I love more than sneezing 300 times a day and having a sinus headache for 5 months out of the year.
  2. Personal maintenance: I hate shaving my legs but unfortunately, more skirts and shorts means more leg shaving. Unless you’re one of those ultra cool women who doesn’t and gives no fucks. I bow to you.
  3. Bugs: Wasps. Ugh. Daddy long legs. Ugh. Flying ants. Triple ugh.
  4. Lethargy: I don’t know about you, but heat makes me soooo tired. And going to bed at 8 every night doesn’t make for very interesting stories.
  5. Electric shocks every time you touch a car door: Although I think this one might just be me. Even so, what the hell man?
  6. Being a pale, redhead: Sunburn. Sunburn everywhere. Sunburn when it’s not even sunny.
  7. The race against time ice-cream challenge: Taking an ice-cream from the freezer to the living room without it melting down your arm is just an impossible task.
  8. Showering 3 times a day: Could do without that, to be honest.
  9. No air-con: My house isn’t air conditioned. 99% of houses in the UK aren’t air conditioned. My kitchen turns into a sauna and my bedroom turns into Mordor. So sleeping is like, super pleasant.
  10. Trying not to act awkward when you head into your garden for an nice relaxing hour of reading at exactly the same time as your 65 year-old neighbour in nothing but his pants does: Eww.
  11. Not being able to use the oven in between the hours of 12pm and 9pm: Well, you can, if you don’t mind feeling like a dragon has just breathed on your head.
  12. Wasting make-up: Because by the time you step outside, it’s already melted off.
  13. The hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of Ibiza and Maga photos that pop up on Facebook: Which all look exactly the same. Are 460 photos all of you in a club, with paint on your face, holding a vodka and coke really necessary?
  14. Getting into a car and feeling like you’ve accidentally fell into the fires of hell: What did I do to deserve this? I always tried to be a good person.
  15. Heat, in general: Hate it.

Do you agree with any of these or are you a lover of this dreaded season? What are your favourite and least favourite things about summer? Let me know!

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57 thoughts on “15 Reasons Why I Hate Summer

  1. pretty much all of them. Seriously, why does our weather have to be so extreme? But then my office is on the cool side of the house, and I’m quite happy to stay in there forever if I have to…

  2. This has got to be one of my favorite posts ever!! Lol ๐Ÿ˜‚ I feel the exact same way. I LOATHE summer, which is unfortunate since I live in Arizona where it’s summer for about 2/3 the year ๐Ÿ˜ž but yes to being pale and burning all the time (do you ever get a sick sense of satisfaction when someone who is normally tan around you burns? or is that just me? ๐Ÿ˜) and the car from hell but… too freaking true, and don’t get me started on when you accidentally hit the metal buckle…

    • Oh my goodness I couldn’t bear living somewhere as hot as that! I bet if you came here during summer you wouldn’t think it was hot at all and I was just being a baby haha! I most definitely get a bit smug when a tanned person burns ๐Ÿ˜ oh god the metal bit on the buckle! Ouch!

  3. I’m the polar opposite of you. I love the heat! That’s why the sooner these cold, bristling winds and rains comes to an end in the SF Bay Area, the better. Bring on the sun!

  4. Hey Jenny!!!

    I just had to laugh at these!!!! Personally I love the heat the hotter the better just so long as it’s dry heat and not humidity because nobody ain’t got time for that!! =) Bless you, I really hope you manage ok this summer – if we GET a summer of course?!?!!?

    Great post Jenny, I may have to disagree with you as my post would be 15 things I hate about winter!!!! =P

    Love you girl xoxoxo
    Sarah xoxoxo

  5. I love the summer just wish it was hotter here in the UK. I love nothing more than sitting in my garden with a glass of Pimms and a book. Luckily I don’t suffer with hay fever and I am not frightened of bugs. So for me bring Summer on. Xx

    • Hotter? Nooooo! It was 36 degrees where I am last year that’s like 20 degrees too hot haha ๐Ÿ˜‚ I do like lazy days in the garden when it’s warm, with a book and a BBQ I will admit. You’re so lucky you don’t suffer with hayfever… Mine is unbearable sometimes ๐Ÿ˜ฆ xx

  6. Yes, thank you for all of these! Warm days give me headaches, make me feel dizzy and lethargic, and basically render me useless. I hate mosquitoes and wasps with a fiery passion. I always feel warm and gross and just ugh. Go away.

    • It gives me headaches too! Too much squinting at the sun. I’m warm more often than not – sometimes takes me a while to cool down so when it’s so hot that it’s IMPOSSIBLE to cool down its pretty much hell ๐Ÿ˜‚ xx

  7. I agree with so many of these! Especially hay fever, bugs, and sunburn! I am also not an outdoorsy person at all so I don’t really care how nice the weather is. I do like summer more than winter, though. I HATE snow. What I really love is Fall. Allergies go away, you don’t need the AC or the heater on, and you can wear sweaters and hoodies ๐Ÿ™‚

    • I’m inclined to agree with you – I like wearing cardigans and hoodies! We don’t get an awful lot of snow here in London and when we do it doesn’t last and doesn’t set. Apart from very occasionally. I do like being outdoors but not when it’s hot.

  8. I have to admit I don’t hate summer but I’m not a fan of it either. Having said that I live in Scotland where it rarely gets above 20 degrees so suits me fine, warm but not hot.
    I don’t have hayfever either thankfully but my other half does and used to live in Manchester and suffer badly, now he’s up here he rarely gets it at all. Strange but true.

    • I think I would really enjoy living in Scotland! London just gets TOO DAMN HOT. Like unbearably hot. There’s no relief sometimes either other than sitting in a freezing cold bath. Hayfever is the worst – I’ve not stopped sneezing these past few days.

      • Hayfever sounds horrid, hope there’s something you can take that helps. I would hate living in London, I like heat but not that much. Everytime the summer forecasts come round I’m always pleased I don’t live further south.

      • I take hayfever tablets but they don’t really work as well as I hope they would. But my hayfever is REALLY bad… So it’s hard to find anything that helps. Just gotta do what I can to keep it at bay. I hate the summer here – it’s unbearable. Last year we got 36.7 degrees one day!!!! Hell on earth!

      • That’s a shame about the tablets. As for 36.7 degrees, that’s ok for a desert but not for a city. No way I would cope with that.

  9. You’re going to break the internet with this post. People are going to uproar against you, haha! Although I most definitely disagree with you, I actually agree with most of your reasons! Maybe I do hate summer and I just don’t know it!?!?!?!? This could be life changing! But, I also hate the winter…..

    Nicky
    thisblissfulmoment.com

    • Hahahaha! Brilliant comment ๐Ÿ˜‰ in surprised at how many people have agreed with me to be honest – I thought I’d have been chased down the street with pitch forks by now. Maybe you do… Maybe you’ve joined the dark side and haven’t realised yet xx

  10. Oh my goodness you really do hate summer! I’m the exact opposite I hate winter! But I do relate to some of your bug bears, seeing your 65 year old neighbour in his undies must be a shocker! I hate wasps too, and leg shaving isn’t my favourite either!

    • Yes! I agree. We have a small pool at home which I’ve only had out once like 2 summers ago but it’s really nice to just laze about in. Hoping to get it out again this year. I’m the same as you, I get warm really easily too.

  11. Did you know that if you consume (you don’t eat honey, or drink it, so idk the word for it) some of the honey made locally in you r area then your allergies shouldn’t be as bad. Just a helpful tip

  12. Flying Ants! That is my least favourite day of the year. I don’t understand why they suddenly need to mutate and have wings. Totally agree with this point and as a fellow redhead I feel your sunburn pain! x x

  13. Totally agree! I hate Summer.Glad I’m not the only one. It’s just so hot and sweaty and bleurghhh! Plus everyone always wants to go out and do things and everywhere gets so busy. I’m happy at home in my PJs with a book, thanks very much! x

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